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Cambreleng, Mr. 78, 166, 200, 208, 210, 100, 114, 221-see lands; Forsyth, Mr. 57.
225, 242, 268, 279, 280; canvas, American, 164, 166, 179, 240; fortifications, &c. 5, 6,
180; Clerks-see respective departments In 135, 136; Foster, Mr. 244; Forward, Mr.
the department of a state 212; commerce 101; Frelinghuysen, Mr. 58 133, 149. 178,
and navigation of the U. S. 259; controver-179; franking privilege 64; French spolia
Clay, Henry, at New Orleans 4, 48:sies between the states 58, 180, 207; cadets, tions 6; Fulton, Robert, his heirs 58, 77;
at Natchez 105, 142: at Lexington 125, appointment of 100-see West Point acade- Greenbush, lands at 4; Gaither, Mr. 264;
156: attentions to, dinners, &c. 84, my; calls of the house 134, 151; canals-the Ghent, the treaty of 56; the see'y of state's
156, 366, 400, 417, 447: Mr. Mann's 261; Delaware and Raritan 161, 167, 179; Good now, Mr. 118, 134, 167; Gorham, Mr.
Farmington, Hampshire, &c. 7, 224, 239, letter 57; Glavare, Francis 5; Ġold, 264;
remarks concerning him 67: resumes Louisville and Portland 77, 283; Delaware 79, 210, 212; Gales and Seaton's documents
the practice of the law 327: nominat- and Hudson 117. 152. 167; Chesapeake and--see printing; Grundy, Mr.
ed for the presidency 432: letter to
Delaware 62, 63; Ohio 118; Alexandria 241, Holmes, Mr. 4, 5, 56, 77, 100, 132, 164, 178,
Bolivar
242; Savannah and Og chee 77, 165; Miama 180, 206, 239; his resolutions as to the con
173, 215
99; Morris, 167; Arkansas, 99; Chesap ake dition, &c. of the post office department 138,
Clayton, Mr. 215—see congress.
and Ohio 264; to connect the Atlantic and 149, 239; Hall of the house 6; Havana, out
Coal mines in Penn, 68, 216 Sulf of Mexico 164; Champlain, the lake, rage committed at 117; Hayne. Mr, his speecla
fortifications on 101, 103. 104. 111; court,
Cobb, col. David, dies
218 district, money lost in 64--se judici ry and notices of 56; Herper's ferry, armory at 135;
on Mr. Foot's 10 to 24; various
Cochineal insect, production of 359 6, 62, 115, 283; salaries of judges 284; Car-Hill Isaac, 142; House of refuge in N. York
Coffee, the duty on-see teas and son, Mr. 211; Carson, William, removal of 275; Howard, Mr 28, 64; hour of meeting
editorial-trade of the U. States 46010; coins, foreign, &c. 57, 58; Chambers, Mr. 58, 78, 224, 240; Hmphill, Mr. 6, 62, 104,
240, 251, 260; elains, of American citizens 151, 265; Hendricks, Mr. 261; Hubbard, Mr.
Colombia---Bolivar 51,84, 223, 257, 5; against the U. S. 1.9; Crawford, Mr. 212; 151; Hudson, river 6: Huntingdon, Mr. 181,
356, 366, 402: Mr. Clay's letter to
cocoa, the duty on 168, 223, 239; Chilton, Mr. 244; Hunt, Mr. 101; Hunt, Theodore, re
173: of the constitutional congress duction of the duty on 166, 67, 168,223, 239,
59, 78, 182. 244: Clayton, Mr. 57: coffee, removal of 165: hemp cordage
326: proclamation of Paez, 51, 84, 242; the bill 297; collectors, returns made by kees and Georgia--remonstrance of Geor
Indians and Indian affairs. The Chero
217, 233, 239, 356, 402: Venezuela 276; Coosa river, navigation of 132; coasting
326, 339, 356: affairs generally, dissen- trade, 103; Crary, J. S. 148; Conrad, John, gia and report of the house of representa
tions, &c. 51, 84, 217, 257, 326: assem-63; congress, limitation of the sessions-tives, &c. 57, 58; removal of the Cherokees,
bly at New Grenada 326; installa- 59, 135; Coulter, Mr. 118, 181; Conklin, 180, 182, 242, 243, 244, 262,265; amendments
see pay of the members; Crockett, Mr 5, 7, 53, 132, 133, 134, 149. 150, 164, 178, 179,
tion of the congress 51: elections 326; Judge A. 117, 134, 150; census, the 5th, 56, of Messrs. Frelinghuysen, Test, and Hemp-
Suere 51, 84; proclamation of Aris- 63, 80, 100, 102, 119, 166, 178; the law 145; hill 263, 294, yeas and nays on the passage of
mendi 141: do. of Mosquera 395: old returns 261, 262 261; Clay, Mr. 7, 104, the bill 179, 287; the bill 234, 260; petitions
new constitution 87, 108, 326: cor-man, Mr. 60; Condier, Mr. 58, 59, 101, 118; intruders upon their lands 101, 104; depre
281; cordage, drawback on 79, 267; Cole in favor 5, 57, 60, 77, 100, 132, 164, 165, 166;
respondence of Mr. Turner and Do-Connecticut river 79; Charleston, S. C. 58, dations committed by and on 134; treaty
mingo Cayecedo 346--see Harrison, 151, 167, 178, 179, 181, 244; contingent ex-
of Hopewell 116; Indian affairs generally,
gen. and
105, 121 penses of the senate 239; colonization so
laws of certain states respecting 54, 59, 60,
Colonial trade-see West Indies and message respecting, &c. 262, 276, 279, 280, 114, 116, 132; treaties 7, 59, 80, 100, 13:
ciety 59, 61, 136; colonial trade, president's, 62. 63; progress of civilization among
congress.
the hill 268: commercial relations with Great titles beyond the Mississippi 79, 101; Indians
Britain 279; Claiborne, Mr. o; committers of within the limits of the United States 116;
tial-proeedings on the trial of the adj-titlest lands in Indiana 17, 132; property
the house 63; of the senate 59; courts mar
at Gren Bay 206, 239; Indian portraits 277;
emigration of 57; lienses to trade with 5;
tant general 136, 212; constitution of the lost by the depredations of 254; emigrating
United States, amendments to 77, 101 262, Creeks 78; stoppage of the mail by 60; ap
Mr. Potter's resolutions 224; customs-re-
eipts, emoluments, &c. of the offic rs of Propriatios for treaties, 4, 6, 80, 132,
56; removal of subordinate officers of 78, 09, 134; the Senecas 264; contingencies of the
100--see duties; criminal laws of the U. S.
department
277; Columbia the district-fire companies
Iron--the duty on, see Tariff and 56, 60,
59; education 60, night watch 60; legisla 228, 241. Irwin, Mr. 120; Isaacks Mr. 7, 64
litia 151; punishment of crimes 183, 224, preparation of 7; internal improvement. ap
tion for 104, 133, 194; code of laws 277, mi-p rts-sre tariff and duties; Indexes, the
263; slavery 168; Craig, Mr. of Va. 60; cot-
propriations for 117, 20. 149, 164, 165-see
ton bagging 74, 79: currency-uniform sys
specific objects; Iredell, Mr.
tem of 115; report in the senate and proceed-

Colonization society
449
Columbia---see congress: mayor of
Washington
304
Combustion, spontaneous
403
Commerce and navigation of the U.
States

259

Congress.
Acts passed, a list ot, 298; appropriations,
various-see military and naval and 4, 5,
6. 55. 57, 58, 59, 61, 63-50. 117, 120, 133.
135, 241, 262. 264; from 1789 to 1829, 249
see navy, fortifications, army, balance, &c.
appointments-se appointments-Mr. Bar-

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ton's resolution as to the concurrent powersings on 126, 132. 137, 147; Mr. MeDullie's/son's manual 166, 181; Johnson, R. M 62,

report 151, 180, 183 to 200-see Bank of the

United States.

of the nate 100; Anderson, Mr. 63, 64;
army of the U. S. deserts ns in 4, 277; rules
for the government of 6, 277; establishment
275; expenses 182, 207; pay of the officers of
18; reduction of officers in 7, 133, 151, 152, Davis, Mr. of Mass. 6, 12; deaf and dumb
Dani 1, Mr. 62, 64; Davis, Mr. of S. C. 282;
166, 168. 181, 182; mounted troops 57. 101; pupils, 36; the institution in Ky. 151, 180.
armories, 114, 118, 135; Adams, Mr. 165; do. in N. York 165; del entures 133; debt of
adjournment, re. 80, 100, 239, 242, 278. the U. States 58, 62, 164, 166 178, deserters
280; agents, accountability in foreign coun- in the army 4, 277-see army; diplomatie
tries 119; agricultural produce, duty on 77, functionaries, accounts of 225 276 277, 280;
282; Alleghany river 60; Archer, Mr. 279; diplomatic correspondence. Sparks' vol. ut
Arkansas, military road in 135; Atwater, Mr. 149, 167; disbursem nts of public money 6,
80; attorney general, the office of-see trea-
sury, and 115, 150, 164, 165, 179, 205; ane-nal improvements. &e 265, 277; Doddridg.
277; of do. for fortifications, pensions, inter.
tion system

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Banks-the U. States. Mr. Smith's report
126, 137, 147; Mr. McDuffie's report 151, 180,
183 to 200; Mr Potter's resolution respect-
ing 226; Mr Wayne's do. 282, 284; amend-
ment of the charter, &c. 164; bank of Chi-
licothe. O. 6; balances, appropriation of 134,
143, 152, 173-see appropriations; Bangs, G
&W.79: Bailey, Mr. 207; Balt. and Ohio rail
road-see ronds; Baltimore, the harbor 57;
Baylor, Mr 283; Barnard, Mr. 56: Batte des
Mortes, treaty of 240; Barton, Mr. 100. 149,
155; Barringer, Mr. 101; Barbary east, mi-
nisters, and consuls 280; Binney, Amos 264;
Barbour. Mr. P. P. 120. 152; Bates, Mr. 104,
118, 134, 210. 266; Benton, Mr. 5, 56, 77, 10:
180. 206 222; his bills to relieve the people of
15,000,000 taxes! 55, 56, 57, 58; Bell. Mr 7,
242, 255; Blair, Mr. 212; B rd, Dvid, 284.
Bouldin, Mr 226; Bread machine for kacad
ing 149; Braste et, Martha. 117. 134,150;
Brimstone and salt petre 135; Brown, Mr.
264; Buchanan, Mr. 7, 104, 168 181, 297,211.
212; buildings, report of the commissioners
of 95; Burgess, Mr. 7, 59, 63, 118, 134, 181.
225, 226. 244, 265; Burnet, Mr. 145: Butman,
Mr. 7, 228; business of the session 212, 242,
261: Barnwell, Mr.

Mr. 150, 212; Draftsman, the office of 6, 7.
119: restore 1 283; drawback on goods 114
134; Desha, Mr. 7. 183; Day Toringas, 15.
Decatur Susan, 6, 59, 60, 62, 63, 67, 78, 2!!;
Delaware tiver 118; Denny, Mr. 69, 225;
Drayton, Mr. 169, 181.225,279; Dewitt, Mr.
134, 166; Dudley, Mr 261; Duncan. Mr.
212, 125, 240; the law for th collection 315;
80, 254; duties on imports 116, 165, 182. 1-3,
see Tariff; alteration in bonds given for

James River vessels hound up 77; Jeffer.
132, 165; Judiciary-see circuit courts and
64, 244; Johnson Gro. 77; Johnston, Mr.

7, 59, 62, 64, 80, 191, 115 222, 83: acco⋅n-
muents in the courts of N. Y.
madation of the U. States' judges 79; judg

79, 117

Mr. 6: King, Miles, 212 225, 242, 243, 281
Kane, Mr. 116; Key West. 13; Kincaid,
4, 5. 6. 56, 57 58, 77. 116. 132, 165, 260;
Lands, th public-Mr. Foot's resolution,
speels of Messrs. Hayne and Webster, 10
to 24, 25 to 80 see the supplement to this
voluine containg the principal speeches.
Lines of Ludlow and Roberts 260; ett pro
ce-ds 101.13; report on th-appropriation of,
&c. 129, 133; in Florida, 100, 114 150, 211,
zoo claims 116, 178; in Missouri 283; in Teo.
221, 41: eief o' purchasers of 78, 15; Ya-
nessee 212; authority of the county of Allan
to purchase 268; money received for 57, 58;
graduation in the price of 206, 207, 222, 226,
276, 293; pre-emption rights 276, 281, 283;
ment of debts 261; taken in execution 77; for
certain in Louisiana 80, 165; secured in pay
improving Coosa 132; for sp cific objects in
19, 50, 164 the several states 277; bounty 53; to enlisted
6, 7, 60, 61, 62, 63; principles of the several ana 80, 13, 2-3, Iudian reservations in Ala-
Elections, contested-Newton and Loyall soldiers. 117; in Arkansas 276, 277; in Indie
cases 2 7; ducation-r port of the commit-bama 118; examination of th land 80; exam]-
tee on 129; Evaus, Mr. 73, 244, Everett, Mr.nation of the land S0; exchange with Indian
4, 57, 56, 77, 100, 101, 111. 115, 116 149, judge; laws, the publication 101; Lewis, Mr.
E. 78. 181, 225, 255, 279; executive business--see Indians; Lawless. Luke-see Peck,
150, 180, 40, 202, 203, 276. 277, 279: Ell 285; Leiper, Mr 136; I thographic press 135;
worth, Mr. 241; Els, Mr. 181; Elast, Si-La teher, Mr. 62; Loy, George. 6. 7, 63
neer and ordnance department 241; experies, books for 250; lights houses &c 136,
lence 178; Entry, ports of 180, 240; engi see elections contested; Lyou, Mr. 180; libra-
for 1829,
ditur s of government 62, 150; expenditures 167, 221, 239, 243—ser surveys &c. Living
100 ston. Mr 5, 56, 58, 77. 223, 201, 277; Law-
rence, W. B. 225: Lumpkin, Mr. 244

Foot. Mr. 56, 109, 206, 222, 240: his reso-
Jution about the public lands 4-see lands;
farmers and graziers' petition 6; Fitzge-
rald, John, 178, 205; Fishing bounties 262;
212) Florida, boundary line 30; swamp lands in

McKinley, Mr. 133, 149, 178, 268; Maison
Magnetic needle 132; Martin, Mr. 133;
Rouge's clain. 167; members of congress, of
the pay of 102, 117, 118, 119, 139; Maliary

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Ms. 190, 166, 182, 209, 224, 225; Meredith, lake Ontario, &c. 101: faithful collectors of Yancey, Mr. 280: Young, Mr.
Mr.-see Peck, judge; militia in the revolu-262-see treasury department: Richardson, Messages of the president; as to the ne
tion 134, 135; of Columbia 151; maps of the Mr. 101: Robbins, Mr. 166, 207, 260; rum. counts of W. B. Lawrence 6: in relation to
house 283; Maysville road-see veto, mes distilled from molasses 64, 78, 167, 228, the boundary with the Cherokees 56: on
sages of the president, yeas and nays, un 263, 276, 280: the law 316: removals of offi- transmitting two acts of Virginia 63: on the
reads; the debate after the veto 309; mail, cers 78. 99, 100: Mr. Barton's resolutions case of John Conran 63: concerning the Flo
the-on Sm day 4, 57, 60, 62, 165, 223; Mr. | 100,1 4: Mr. Holmes' 180: Mr. Chilton's 182; rida boundary line 80: relative to the fortress
Frelinghuysen's resolution 58. 223; Mr John road-the Cumberland 5, 57 60, 119, 164: at the Pea Patch 120: relating to the inter
son's report 60, 61, 74; report of the mino-284: from Buffalo to New Orleans 60, 104. ruption of surveyors 242: respecting the co
rity 76; routes on which it is required to b 117. 118, 119, 133, 136. 151 152: reconsidera lonial trade 262: his message placing his
transp_rted 7. 61; transmission of certain tion of 167: Maysville, Washington turnpike veto on the road bill
271, 278, 284
papers by 64; contracts 77, 181; see post7 182, 241, 40: yeas and ays 183, 207, 240: Reports. From the department of state-
office department; marines, 61. 268, 278 284 the veto z68, 271, 278, 279 281: debate 3 9: as to payments made by W. Pitt Preble 57:
-see naval; McDuffie. Mr 7 63, 78, 10, 117. Washington and Frederick 223: in Indiana from the department of the treasury--relat
183, 165, 167, 192, 225. 226, 265 279; M-Neil, 221: from Pittsburg, &c. 151: from St. He ing to the collector at Key West 132: on the
Mr. 80; Mercer. Mr. 60, 120, 136, 151 264;1 na 150: Louisville and St. Louis 76: in expenditures of 1828 and 1829, 150, 166:
midshipmen of 100; mint establishment 6, Arkansas 135 from Detroit to Chicago 284 transmitting a statement of the receipts, ex-
$7, 61.96, 278, 284; Martindale, Mr. 226; mo. Salaries of certain officers 102: Sanford. penditures and appropriations 246: relative
ney, disbursements of 6; messengers 275; Mr. 5. 57, 179: session, termination of 80-to certain expenditures 277: from the depart-
McCreery, Mr. 119; maps 7, 62. 34. 1 1-see see adjournment: Silsbee, Mr. 114, 116: ment of the navy--covering the plan of a
draftsman; Mitchell, Mr. 7; Miller, Mr. 6. sinking fund 5, 58, 178--see debt. public: peace establishment 96, 251: on the em-
266; Mills, Robert, 6; Mexico, the trade to slave trade 136. 226, 278; Smith, Mr. of S. C. ployment of petty officers, c. 101, 115; on
57, 101; Massachusetts' claims 58. 118, 165. 56, 126; ships, drawback on materials used, transmitting a report of the survey of the
283; Mobile, Alabama 55; mileage 102, 132; 265, 263, 276: Smith, Mr. of Md. 5, 101, 149, Dry Tortugas 16; from the department of
merchandise imported-sec tariff: molasses 223, 262. 277: Smyth, Mr. dies 165. 167: war--relative to surviving officers and sof
the duty on 64, 78. 228. 263 276, 280; the soldiers of the late war 62: Sterig re, Mr. 7: diers of the revolution 134; from post office
bill 316-se rum and spirits; Monongahela solicitor of the treasury--see treasury: steam department-communicating a statement of
river 60; ministers, charge des affaires, and vessels, the duty on 56: of captains and post-masters removed 116; relative to the
outfits to &c. 100, 225; military service, ap- owners, &c. 136, 212: licenses to 212: Storrs, case of J. Fitzgerald 205; report of the com.
pro riations for 59--see army and appro. Mr. 7, 62, 191, 213, 265; Spencer, Mr. 120 missioner of public buildings 95; report of
priations: Monroe, James the claims of 6: 107, 168 180, 262, 265: Sprague. Mr. 4, 77, the director of the mint 96; from committees
merchandis, transportation of
79 161, 178, 179: spirituous liquors in the in the house-on the Baltimore and Ohio rail
Navigation laws, Mr. Cambr ling's hill to navy 58; spirits from molasses 228, 263, 276; road, c. 63; on Sunday mails 74, 76; on
amend--see tariff: navy and naval-appro- the law 316--see rum; Springfield, the ar- the bank of the U. S. 183 to 200; concern
priations 4, 5, 6.7 59; petty officers, marines mory at 135; states, controversies between ing the South Carolina rail road 97; on ap-
&c 56; reorganization of 406. 207, 222 239, 58, 182, 207; Strong, Mr. 225, 27.241; Sun-propriating the nett proceeds of lands for
240, 244, 251; spirituous liquors in 48, 59, 69: day mails-see mails: sugar, made in the education 129 in the senate-on the state
surgeon g neral 132 149; pursers 148; pen-U. S. 254; surveys, appropriations for 117, of the currency 126, 137, 147; on the contin
sion fund 149; the Hornet 5, 6 57. 93, 164;
20. 149. 154, 16, 224, 2 2-se roads and gent expenses
Wild Cat 260; pay of the offic rs 78: mont
specific objects, and 151; surveyors, inter-
Yeas and Nays.
ment 61; dismissal of officers 100; superan ruption of the public 242, 276, 277; Spencer,
In the house. On the contested election
nuated offers 101; survey 116; navy yard Mr. 62, 78: Swift, Mr. 101: Shepperd, Mr. of Mr. Newton 63; on the trasmission of
207. 212; Newton. Thomas 6, 7, 62, 64--5~ A H. 119; seamen the disabled 118, 136: certain papers by mail 64: on the bill for
elections contested; New Castle, Del. 117: returns of seamen 163. senate, contingent the relief of Susan Decatur 79; on the
Nourse, J. the memorial of
5, 278 expenses of 239; salt, the duty on 166, 168, drawback on rum distilled from molasses 79:
Ogden, Francis, B. his petition 222; olive 206, 223, 227. 228, 242, 213, 244, 262, 263, on the bill to provide for persons engaged
lands for the cultivation of 58, 180; ord-r. 276, 280, 291: the bill 316: silk, the culti in the revolution 102, 134, on the pay of
question of
167 vation of 78: essay and report on 212. 262, members, c. 118; on the appropriation for
Passports and clearances 4; passengers
263 264 certain surveys 120: on appropriations for
arrived 282; pay of members 102. 117, 118.
Taliaferro, Mr. 242: Taylor, Mr. 6, 101, arming new fortifications 135; on a review
119, 132: Parce, Mr. 151; patent laws, c. 133, 134, 151: Tazewell, Mr. 56, 180, of the pension law 135; on making a road
62. 101, 103, 133. 178; Pea Patch, fortress at 207, 224: tariff of 1828-to exempt certain from Buffalo to New Orleans 153, 167; on
120, 136; Pettis. Mr. 136. 181, 283; Pink- goods from duty 77, 261, 262; Mr. Benton's providing for an exchange of lands with the
ney, the late William 100, 180; Preble, Wm. bis 55, 57, 58; Delaware iesolutions 101. Indians 267; on reducing the duty on tea
Pitt, 56, 57: printing, a committee on, e. report, &c. of the committee on manufac- and coffee, c. 168; on impeaching judge
55, 110, 150, 182, 183, 207: G1-Saton's tures 80, 182, 183, 208, 212, 225, 226, 227, 240, Peck 131; on subscribing for stock in the
documents 5, 155, 223, 239, 240, 241: peti-241; the law 31; Mr. Buchanan's amend Louisville canal 283; ou Mr. Potter's reso
tion of printers in the D. C. 5: Polk, Mr. 6, ment 212, 226, 227, 240, 241; various amend-lution about the U. S. bank 226: on Mr.
119, 225 P-ck, judge-impeachment of, pa- ments 227, 226; Mr. McDuffie's amendment Wayne's do. 284; on the bill to amend the
pers and proceedings 103. 104, 131, 133, 152, 182, 183, 208, 227; Mr. Cambreleng's bill navigation laws 242; on the consideration of
168, 18, 181, 134, 206, 207, 211, 212, 223, 200. 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 221 225, 226, certain resolutions offered by Mr. McDuffie
224, 262: article of impeachment 215: Pot-227, 241, 212, tea and coffee, the duty on 166, 243; on subscribing for stock in the Mays-
ter, Mr. 78, 225: president of the U. S.--see 168, 206, 223, 229, 242: the bill 297: Tennes vile road 183, 2077 after the veto 281; on
messages: private bills, consideration of 225: see river 149: Tims, Henry, 179: Timber- Mr. Scott's amendment to the tariff bill
Powers, Mr. 104: pensions, petitions for lake, the late purser-see Miles Ring: ton (duty on iron) 228; on the bill reducing the
64-sre revolution, and 115, 206; military nage duties 58, 77, 103: the annual amount duty on salt 228, 243, 263; on Mr. Chilton's
104; list of pensioners. &c. 118, 134, 275; 278: Test, Mr. 6. 150, 264: Thompson, Mr. resolution enquiring into the removals of
naval pension fund 149; printers, petition of Geo. 265, 266: Thruston, Algerson, S. 132: certain officers 182; on the claim of Massa-
from 5; post office, post masters, c.-con- treasury of the U. States: see reports-funds chusetts 283; on the bill to ensure a more
tracts 77, 132, 133, 149, 181. 221. 239; mo- due not considered effective 58; commerce effectual collection of the revenue 241, 242,
ney paid to the printer of congress 132, and navigation 259; expenditures 135, 150, on the salaries of district judges
221; receipts and expenditures 239, 264; the 164, 166, 261, 264: separation of duties 150,
In the senate-On granting relief to Ful-
Washington office 223. 239, 260; condition 163, 179, 206, 221; solicitor of 206, 221, 239, ton's heirs 77; on the Louisville and Port-
of the dept. 152, 157, 239; regulation of 212; 240, 241, 260, 276, 243; additional clerks 212; land canal bill 77; relief of individuals en-
assistant P. M. general 149. 221, changes in certain statements required 224, 278; certain gaged in the revolution 115, 206; on estab-
Contracts 132, 133, 221; clerks wanted 133, amounts expended 27:; receipts and expen-lishing the office of surgeon general of the
149, 212; employed 260; agents 133 119; ditures from 1789 to 1829, 246; appropria. navy 149; on striking out the word "admi-
furniture 133, 149.221; deputy post-masters tious 249, 251; Tyler, Mr. 165; Tucker, Mr. rais" from the navy bili 207, 239; on the
6, 63, 117, 167 passage of the bill, c. 239, 240; on reduc
Vice-president, decision of 56; retires from ing the duty on tea coffee, c. 223; on re-
the chair 277; vine and olive, lands set apart ducing the duty on salt 223, 276; on reduc-
for 58, 160; Vinton. Mr. 61, 78, 136, 265;ng the duty on molasses, &c. 276; on the
Virginia line, 257, 276, 284, Verplanck, Mr.bill to create an agent of the treasury 163,
6. 64. 167; veto's of the president 271, 275
278, 284-see yeas and nays.

78, 100, 116, 262; post-master at Pensacola
178, 205; private boxes 164; perquisites 161;|
post-master to the house 64; increase of of
Bees 157-see reports.

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Quorum-see call of the house
Ramsey, Mr. 182, 279, Red, Mr. 227. 221,
206; on creating the office of solicitor 2 9,
retrenchment, reports, &c. 78, 101, 102, 104,
260; on extending the Cumberland road 164;
117, 118, 119, 136. 151; "relief" law 230-SPE War department-see reports: additional, on the bill concerning the Balt. and Ohio
lands: rail roads, the Balt. and Ohio 6, 62. 77. clerks for 212; Wayne, Mr. 60, 119, 210, 211, rail road 261; for the survey of a canal to
222, 241, 260, 204, 267; the S. Carolina 6.96; 224, 225, 265, 282; warehouses public 61; connect the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
Steubenville 118; surveys of asked 276: Webster, Daniel, 115, 150, 206, 224, 277; 164; on the "graduation bill" 222; for the
Balt. and Susquehannah 239, 261: from Au- bis speech in reply to Mr. Hayne 25 to 48; relief of the officers, &c. of the Virginia line
gusta 16: Balt. and Wilmington 79: Rari West India trade-see West Indies and colo. 276; on making appropriations for light
tan river 118, 135: Rowan, F. 115; rules of nial trade: Washington, the remains of 59, bouses, examinations, and surveys 165, 24;
the house and s-nate 59, 62, 63, 64, 168, 191, 72, 13, weights and measures 57, 276; Wild on the amendments offered by Messrs. Fre-
300, 207, 261, 275 280: receivers of public Cat, the crew of the-see naval: White. Mr. linghuysen, Sprague, &c. on the bil pro
money's 80: receipts and expenditures of the of Ten. 133, 178, 179, 239: White, Mr. of viding for an exchange of lands with the
U. 5. 76: from 1789 to 1829, 151, 246: revo- N. Y. 167, 278: Wicklife, 78, 80, 119, 135 Indians 179; on certain amendments 263;
Jution-relief of the officers and soldiers of, 225; Williams, Mr. 134, 264: Whittlesey, on the Washington and Frederick road bill
c. 56. 59, 61, 12, 103, 104, 114, 134, 135, Mr. 78, 117, 225, 281: Wirt, Wee Peck, 223; after the veto 278; on the Maysville bill
104, 239, 241, 244: Virginia state line 276: judge: West Point academy, Mr. Crockett's 240; on laying on the table certain resolu-
militia engaged in 163, 134, 135; exemption resolutions, c. 59, 104, 135, 151: Wood-tions enquiring into the cause of the dismis
from debt 194: exclusion of certain 120: re-bury, Mr. 100, 179, 276, 277: wool, importa-sal of certain officers, &c. 180; on the case
venue-laws, in the river St. Lawrence and Ition of 79; Wright, Mr.
63 of W. Carson 180: relating to Gales & Sea

Fortifications, appropriations for

con's documents 223, 239, 241; on the bill to tish prosperity 430: distresses 65: affairs in
exempt certain merchandize from duty 261, England 84: the cotton manufacture in the 290-see congress.
262; on certain amendments to, and on the U. States 139, 202: Mrs. Barney's letter 215:
passage of the bill for the more effectual Indians and Indian affairs 67, 215, 253:
collection of impost duties
241 consistency" 214: internal improvements gress and
292:137, 317, 319: "legitimacy" of don Miguel

Connecticut-elections 218,
physicians, lawyers, &c. 258: Yale
college 449: school fund 258, 401
Constitutional law---opinions of P.
Henry, Pendleton, &c.
Consumption, statistics of
Cooper, William, dies
Corn, importations of

449
215

126

Currency, Mr. Smith's report on,
&c. 126, 138, 148: Mr. McDuffie's
report
183 to 200
Customs, officers of discontinued
148: see congress.

France, claims against-see con-
67, 126, 160
Frauds on the revenue 162-see
288
65: parties in congress 203: Mr. Mallary's congress: Mr. Buchanan's bill
report and speech 122, 178: Mr. Tanner's
Free trade 212-see editorial and
Jefferson's birth da, at Washington 153, 155: tariff.
maps 65: table cloths 65: Mr.

French affairs.

254

297 "Jeffersoniana" 105: leather and its manu-
369 factures 336: Mrs. Decatur's claim 65; Bri-
The winter 70: public works 380:
tish currency 82; "Banner of the Constitu-:
tion," 65, 67, 445: tea and coffee, 201, 321 the army 70: officers, &c. of 217: the
British tea trade 301: T. Newton, 67, 82: king 158: the betrayer of Tippo Saib,
Corrosive sublimate, death by 449 southern republics 217: masonry and anti-dies 370: indemnity to emigrants 306;
"Courier" and "Telegraph," ex-masonry 81: adjournment of congress 232: M. de Rochelle 370: establishment at
death of ministers to South America 23:
tracts from
108, 169
"Richmond 287: on the ve Madagascar 126: wolves 370: Bona-
Courts martial 3-see military and to's of the president 253, 269, 284, 285, 287, parte's mother 338, 356, 370: Piche-
congress.
317, 318: the retained bills 284: alliance of gru 355: war with Algiers 70, 124,
Cross, lieut. of the U. S. navy 4, 93 internal improvements and manufactures 158-see Algiers: of the chambers
Cuba---conspiracy 70: proclama-320: glass wares, etc. 232; religious liberty 125, 141: king's speech, &c. 125, 175:
tion of Vives
254: "Huskissonian policy" 213: negociations
about the British West India trade 288: the a proclamation of 420: political per-
monkey system" 289: working men 231: secution 141: political excitement, &c.
N. Y. "Evening Post" 82: British and Ame
125, 141, 158, 257, 403, 435
rica shipping 230, 303; France and Algiers
Freylinghuysen, Mr. see congress:
337: the "let us alone" system in Florida
Friends, petition of
368: bank of the U. States, national eur
rency, etc. 229-Mr. Smith's report 138:
Fuller, the bank robber
Mr. McDuffie's 139, 177, 203: the doctrines Fulton's heirs, aid of
of his report and anti-tariff speech compar
ed 289: his anti-tariff bill 82, 202: "world
as it goes" 398: distresses caused by manu-
on tobacco 489: population of 1830, 319,
factures 366, 398; the duty paid in England
365, 384: "price, or value, what is it,"
381, 397: on protected articles 381, 397, 415,
Georgia-pamphlet from Boston 4,
429, 441: the iron manufacture 349: effects 87, 88: act relative to Indians 54: iron
of the tariff 429: public debt, etc. 397, 413, mines 418: gold mines 328, 404: cen-
429: Balt. and Ohio rail road 214, 232, 253, sus of Indians 204: jurisdiction over
267, 317: power and velocity on rail roads their lands 328, 494: names of coun-
317: southern excitement, etc. 236, 253, 316,
318, 319, 321, 322, 323, 333, 365: Charleston ties in 418: law concerning free ne-
dinner 365: troops furnished during the re-groes 144, 336: drought 400: Troup
volution 398: constitutional principles 445: and Clark parties 336: anniversary in
British moderation 366; general notices 153, Jasper county 419: political remarks
229, 233, 253, 333
Education society, the American
255

D

439
335

Dabney, A. L.
Davis, John, of Mass.
Debtors in the N. Y. prison
Debt of the U. States-see edito-
rial and 157, 326, 370, 413, 429
Debt, imprisonment for 174, 434
*Decatur, Susan, see congress and
65, 67
Delaware-Chancellor 290, 333;
nominations for congress 432, 447;
population of Wilmington 327: of the
state 332: nomination of Mr. Clay
432
Denmark-princess Caroline 87:
treaty with 292, 307: Lancasterian
system in

Devil fish, caught

370

434

Egyptian forces of the pacha 356:

De Wolf, Dr. T. a horrible crimi- relics

nal

Dickinson college, Pa.

of

305

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Germany-manufactures, &c. 293
Gold-amount of received at the U.
S. bank in Fayetteville, N. C. 69: the
69 Elections and electioneering-in N. gold "region" 258, 302, 539, 369: con-
401 Hampshire 68, 107, 301: in Connec-cealed by slaves 419: in the Chero-
Diplomacy-see congress: expense ticut 218, 292: in Virginia 218: in kee country 270, 369: in Massachu-
326 Massachusetts 301: in Louisiana 401, setts 359: in Virginia 449: price of
419
466 418, in Kentucky 418, 447: in Indiana gold
Goodenow, J. M. 258-see congress.
Doddridge, Mr.-see congress: din-447: in Missouri 447: nomination of
Gratitude, an instance of 402
386, 450 gen. Jackson in Pa. 169: in N. Y. 170: |
Greece-French expedition to 49:
of Mr. Clay in Del.
of the king for, &c. 70, 87, 125, 157,
159, 257, 305, S70, 419, 450: boun-

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Harvest abundant SSS, 389, 434
Hayne, James of S. C. see congress
327-his first speech in reply to Mr.
Fires-destructive 48, 125, 174, 357 Webster 10 to 24: notice of his se-
370; deaths by 50: beer and cider used cond 25; at the "state rights" dinner
to extinguish 204: the Warren facto-
354, 376, 390
ry 295: at Muscat
Hayti-the demand of Spain 4: war
293 with 70: proclamation &c. 72: Frances
Wright arrives at 70: British consul

in

305

Editorial articles--the "great debate" 1,
25, 48, 49: Mr. Hayne's second speech 24:
notices of Mr. Cambreleng's report 1, 25,
121, 137, 157: on his bill 200: the N. York
"Courier" and,U. S. "Telegraph" 105, 108,
109, 169, 232: the appointing power 49, 105:
state rights 1: Butalo and New Orleans
road 137: rejoicing of Mr. Barbour 203: pa-
negyrick on his speech 106: note to sub-
scribers at Freehold, N. J. 81, 183: office of
draftsman 25: French affairs 175: pay of
members of congress 105: the graduation bill
214: Dover manufacturing co. 3: abundance
of money 3: retrenchment 82, 105: gen. Har-
rison's address 121: Mr. Benton's bill 25: Bridebate on his resolution

Fitzhugh, W. H. dies
Florida-the "Let us alone" poli-
368
cy
Flour, exports of 203: inspections,
imports, &c. &c. 395: British duty on

Flower thief, a
Foot, Mr.-see congress

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Hinges of brass, domestic

327
Hoflinan, David
258
Hollingsworth, Saml, dies
Houston, late gov. of Ten. &c. 258
215
"Huskissonian policy," the

I

218 kins, et. al. 256: breaking open a pack- Jackson's reply to a masonic invita-
174
it containing money not a felony 402: tion
Massachusetts---compliment to
cases in supreme court 123: case of
Mr. Barrozo 256, 346: opinion on Ma-Mr. Webster 48: corporations 48:
sonic oaths 364: judge Biddwin on the small debts 69: house of representa-
case of the mail robbers 216: decision tives 69: relative to sepulchres 122:
respecting a man who married his bro-interesting statistics 84: Boston 327:
her's widow 449; volumnious brief's Worcester 327: Lowell 320, 327-
157, 419: heavy testimony 157: see su- Springfield 94: claims against the U.
Law statistics, curious S. 217: dismissed officers of the U.
123, 389 States 258: flour and grain imported
Lead trade of the U. States: 204 368: Salem murder 137, 290, 448:
Leather and its manufactures, value school returns 401: elections by bal-
336 lot 293: elections

Indiana-proceedings relative to
he Michigan road 94: elections 447

of

Lee, Henry 50: extract of a letter

from
Lee, Mr. on the constitution
Leet, Daniel, dies

293, 301
May sville road-see Kentucky, con-
140 gress, president, and editorial: the de-
297 bate after the veto 309: Mr. Blair's
389 letter 320; extracts from various pa-
letter pers 320, 321, 540, 341, 354: the tra

218 vel on it

Leiper, George of Pa. 217:
of Mr Jefferson to his father
Liberia-progress of the colony

365

Indians and Indian affairs-see con-
gress: mail stopped by in Alabama 4,preme court.
218, 270: proclamation to 204: battle
of the Pawnees and Osages 48: to be in-
cluded in the census of Georgia 204:
report of Mr. White in congress 67:
the Choctaws 216,345: disturbances
457: candidate for congress 327, 362:
act of Mississippi 73: portraits of eer-
tain 81: proposed residence of 253:
the northwestern 448: an aged squaw
327: trial of Nowelmggua 459: the
Cherokees-memorial 55; the Pheo-
nix 55, civlization 394: message of 217,305,432: death of Dr. Anderson
the chiefs 432: act of Georgia 54:432: of Mr. Graney 432: "Liberia marks of the Kentucky Gazette on
proclamation 328: gold mines 328,404: Herald" 217, 432:-king boatswain's his anti-tariff speech 289; his bill 9;
trespasses356: the bill for an exchange
of lands 254, 402: memorial 423: ad-
dress 454: opinion of Mr. Berrien att.)
gen. 421: decline meeting the presi-horse killed by
dent 448: order of the war depart-
ment 457-see congress.
Ingham, S. D.

Interior communication
Internal improvements, see
gress-appropriations for

355

433

con-

123, 255

Iron state of the manufacture 349
Italy-king of Naples and the
69: cardinal Sanaglia dies

pope

293
Jackson Andrew, see president of
the U. States.

war

419

McDonald, James
McDuffie, Mr. see congress, re-

432 certain remarks attributed to him 88
McLane, Mr. minister to England
13, 49, 66, 178, 201
Melville, major, see appointments
112

Light house bill, appropriations
contained in it 290: see congress.
Lightning, ship struck by 291:

339

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Mephistopheles, review of 121--
see Cambreleng, Mr. and editorial.
290
Meredith, Jonathan
Methodist bishops, preachers &c.
69
Mexico-Mr. Poinsett, 4: Texas

leans 4: elections in, 258, 401, 418: 4, 108:-see Texas: of Yucatan 84:
New Iberia 449: supposed plot among gen. Mier y Teran 84: the republic
the slaves 157: insurrectionary pamph-menaced 84: American trade, with,
let, penal laws, &c. 157: resolutions in &c. 371: disorders, revolutions &c.
157, 203 141, 257, 420: wars of the generals
favor of the tariff
327 291, 420, 435: acknowledged by Bra-
Lucoryx, a
zıl
M
Madison, James, quoted by the nul-
lifiers 253: on constitutional questions

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Jefferson Thomas-col. William
Duane's statement as to an attempt to
Michigan, population. &c. 86, 401;
corrupt Samuel Smith 4. Mr. Paine's
statement 293: certain extracts from
steamboat navigation 293; major Row-
land 388; names of counties
his works 105: his birthday at Wash-
Mississippi state-of the judiciary
ington, proceedings, and remarks, &c.
153, 216, 218, 235, 255: letter to Mr.robbed in New York 357: near Alba-in 73: dinner to Mr. Clay 142: Mis-
Leiper 218: another in favor of man- ny 325: case of Weirich 303, 324-sisippi river, removal of snags in 335:
ufacturis 294: alleged letter about of Powell 174: at Springfield 325:
Mr. Clay
stopped in Alabama 4, 218. Wilson
Jews-see British affairs; religious and Porter 174, 216, 217, 290, 339,
353, 387: col. Watmouth's signature
447: rapidity of the mail

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county
bank 69: population of various
towns, and counties 305: slaves 370
Masonry and anti-masonry.-Mr.
Lafayette, the marchioness
correspondence
Lands, the public-see congress Spencer's, report,
the sum received for 65: intruders 99 with gov. Throop, &e. 50, 81, 89, 218,
Laws of the U. S. changes in the 250, 290, 350: decision concerning
302 oaths 363: Holland purchase bapt.
publishers of
Law and Law cases; the Astor case association 4, 66: grand chapter in N.
68, 327: the wit of ne-exeat 346: S. Y. 68: anti-conventions, various 48,|
D. Harris marshal of Massachusettes 124, 447: anti-candidate for office 339:
vs. Dennie 86: district court of the U.mstallation of Messrs. Livingston and
S. Georgia district, in the case of Hop- [Poinsett, &c. 173, 174, 237, 238: gen.

Missouri-mineral lands in 123:
447
elections
Molasses, drawback on spirits dis-
65
tilled from, see congress, and
Money plenty
"Monkey system," the 298: the
"big ourang outang and baboon" of

214

398

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Myers, Moses, his accounts
N

Navarino, incident at

Navy and naval-see congress: It.
Cross, 93: the Brandy wine 68, 293,

356 470: the Boston 505, 336: the
Peacock 258: captain Finch and the
Vincennes 217, 258, 295, 304: the
the Falmouth 494: promotions 291:
com. Warrington 325, 527: dismissal
of certain officers 107, 121: capt. Dal-
las 217: capt. Woolsey 217: tribute to
the late capt. Norris of the Hornet 93:
officers from the Pacific 69: psssed
midshipme: 69: vessels and their con-
204
dition 363: pension list

346
Ne exeat, the writ of
Neptune, verdict for an introduc-
589
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81, 153: New Ark 385: school fund Codorus 205: females insulted 258:
449: abolishment of imprisonment masonic convention, &c. 124: Dickin-
for debt
434 son college 401: coal mines 68, 449:
New Hampshire-elections 68, 107, coal mania 205, 216: ascent of the Al-
157, 301: Mr. Woodbury, &c. 332:leghany 293, 317: nomination of gen.
Mr. Bell 405: military $39: printing Jackson 169-see cunals.
of the laws 338: paupers, state prison, Pensions-see congress: appropri-
&c. 369: Isaac Hill 215, 301: nomina-ations for
tion of gen. Jackson, &c. 393.
Netherlands-interesting statistics

New Orleans--see Louisiana.

348

123, 290

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401
217

Richmond Enquirer-see editorial

and

81, 106, 287, 417

Ridgely, Nicholas, dies

174

Rikeman, the astrologer

370

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Persia-punishments in
Peru-affairs generally
Philadelphia city--new alms house
69: an "affair" at 85, 107, 121: in-
crease of 293: export of flour 203:
mortality of

599

Pickpockets on board of steam boats

Root, Erastus-see N. York and
326, 362

Koads-see rail roads, congress,

355

69

&c.

434

Platt, col. Richard, dies
Plymouth break water
Poinsett, Joel--see Mexico: at N.
Orleans 4: at Washington 50: an ar-
ticle of the "El Sol," respecting 4:
dinners to 232: installed at Washing-
ton
173, 238
Poland-manufactures, &c. 449
Politics of the day-Duff Green and
J. W. Webb 109, 169, 219, 232: Mr.
Stansberry's letter 235: see the names
of individuals, states, Jefferson dinner,
&c.

Population of 1830, 349, 365, 384:
of various towns and counties 305,

Newspaper press in London 460
Newton, Thomas-see congress:
notice of, &c. 67, 82, 105, 205, 232
New York, state--the New Hol-
land land company 4, 66: see masonry
and anti-masonry: interesting statis-
ties 68: prison at Mount Pleasant S88:
elections and electioneering 172,231
388: general Root 172, 362, 401: the
"working men" 231, 401: Saratoga
403,449: new marriage law 125: at-
torneys 217: Salina salt works 403:
steam boats 69: manufactures sent
from Albany 106: canals, tolls, &c.
107: nomination of gen. Jackson 170:
medical practitioners 174--see canals.
New York, city-the Evening Post
1: improvements 245: valuable arrival
at 70: value of personal and real estate
in 85: the banks 105: of the poor 339: 327, 328, 339, 357, 419, 432, 448
the "Five Points" 305: mortality in Post office--see mails and congress:
599: steam and stage "runners" in dead letters 217: receipts of 86: arri-
205: fire engines, &c. in 389: foreign-vals at 233: post masters removed
ers arrived at 157, 327, 356, 419: sta- 105: post master general 327, 355
tistics 85: the American institute 432:
Portugal-legitimacy of Miguel
custom house bonds 218: elections 65: the queen mother" dies, &c. 70,
388: imprisonment for debt in 174: 157, 389: parties in 87: religious or-
ship Tapperhaten 258: "New York ders 124, 158: Terceira 158: Mr.
Courier-see Green and Webb- Brent 87, 107, 158: affairs generally
157 126, 158, 435: constitutional govern-
Niles, Hezekiah, complimented ment
387: again!
Noah, M. M. see appointments and
108, 169: rejected
216, 229
Norris, capt. of the U. S. navy 93
North American Review
North eastern boundary, &c. 306,
338: case of gen. Webber 418

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398 President of the U. S.-his mes-
sage noticed 3: drawing rooms 69:
presented with carpeting 95: with a
hatchet, &c. 173: correspondence
with bishop Conwell 9: proclamation
concerning intruders on lands 99: dis- Sherburne, judge, J. S. dies
misses certain officers 121: his vetoes, Silk-essay on American 122, 162;
&c. 253, 266, 269, 271; his votes on judge Spencer's report on 162: made
174 internal improvements 285, 317: va- in N. Carolina 400: at Economy, Pa.
Nullification-see southern excite-rious respecting 320: toast at the Jet-441--see congress: Mr. D'Homer-
ment and South Carolina, and 253, ferson dinner 153, 216, 235: nominat-gue's petition
319, 320, 521, 323, 333, 340, 341: the ed for re-election 169, 170: his jour-
dinner at Charleston 354, 375, 380, ney to Tennessee, &c. 290, 527, 337,
386, 389 554, S85, 404, 416: Mrs. Barney's
letter to him
Oak and pine trees, species of in
the U. States

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Sisters, singular death of two 339
Slates, American
336
Slavery and slave trade 69, 217,
357, 389
Smith, S. and Mr. Bayard 293
Smith, Mr. of S. C. on parties 172
Smuggling--see British affairs and
258, 433, 449
Sontag, the vocalist
403
Southard, S. his ortaion 417, 420
Sovereigns, ages of certain 432
South America-ministers sent to
232: affairs generally
291

Rail reads-power and velocity,
$16, 317, 416-see particular states,
&c. the Balt. and Ohio, 107, 214, 232,
253, 290, 317, 365, 445, 449: the stock
301, 317, 518, 45: experiments in "Southern excitement"-see South
Parker, judge, dies
432 England 254, 317: transportation of Carolina and Georgia, and 235, 236,
Passengers arriving 327, 328 live stock on 66: the Camden and Am- 320, 321, 322, 323, 324, 586, 387, 398,
Paine, Elijah, a letter from 293 boy 293: Lexington and Ohio 107: 417, 418: "nullificatory" doings com-
Paupers, British, exported 335, 433, cars 82, 449: Petersburg and Roan- pared 333, 334: hopes of English edi-
449 oke 389: meeting in Boston, &c. tors respecting 427, 444; The "dan-
174, 389 ger over"
417
Rain, fall of
369 South Carolina-Colleton district
Randolph, John--see appointments, 4: Mr. McDuffie 88: Charleston rail
and 325, 340, 449: dinner to 356, 359 road 97: toasts 215: Colombia Tele-
Ravenscroft, bishop, dies 69 scope 256, 387: State Gazette 402:
Receipts and expenditures of the Beaufort Gazette 236: state-rights
U. S. for several years, 246 dinner 354, 375, 386, 389: nullificato-
Religious liberality 254, 434: reli-ry articles 236, 254, 321, 322, 325,
gious statistics
428 324, S34, 340, 398, 417, 418: the
250 Mercury 301, 333: about. Walker's

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